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Kris Olson, Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly •

Ruth Greenberg can see it — or, more accurately, hear it.

For a decade, the Swampscott criminal appeals attorney has represented Sheldon Mattis, the defendant

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Steve Volk and Julie Christie, Resolve Philly, The Philadelphia Inquirer •

Despite the city's new law, DHS acknowledges it’s still keeping the money meant for foster kids — about $1.3 million in Social Security benefits for

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Racquel Williams, KYW NewsRadio •

PHILADELPHIA (KYW Newsradio) — A bill to ban ski masks in public places in Philadelphia became law this week.

The bill passed with overwhelming support

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Tristram Korten, Juvenile Justice Information Exchange •

After more than a year in a juvenile detention facility in Orange County, California, Maria Rivera’s son was released back in 2010. As he exited

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Jasmin Randolph-Taylor, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette •

September 2017 marked the beginning of a new school year and the beginning of my first full school year as an educator with Pittsburgh Public

One Philadelphia, Pennsylvania juvenile jail is keeping youth in overcrowded, filthy conditions. According to The Philadelphia Inquirer, the situation has grown so dire that

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Ellie Rushing and Samantha Melamed, The Philadelphia Inquirer •

Philadelphia has asked a judge to hold the state in contempt of court for failing to address a crisis of overcrowding inside the city’s juvenile

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Jessica Feierman and Emily Virgin, The Baltimore Banner •

No one is served by a child’s false confession: The perpetrator of the crime remains unidentified, an innocent young person is locked up, and our